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Re: Weed control question.

Hi everyone
	I have been reading the posts about creeping charlie as it is known
here. I find when the people who spray lawns use trimec or something
similar in liquid form it doesn't work very well. It seems putting dry
granualr fertilizer with these chemicals in it works far better because
it is in the root zone longer. 
	My question is how can these broad leaf herbicides be applied to hostas
as I think Mike means. Wouldn't these carry over during the summer and
kill the hostas also.
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